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Sun August 28, 2016
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Year long simulation of Mars comes to an end. Pauly Shore nowhere to be found
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(IFL Science)
 
 
 
Woolly Mammoth to be classified as a protected species. Better late than never, I guess
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(Vox)
 
 
 
"No Man's Sky is an existential crisis simulator disguised as a space exploration game" ... and, as far as anyone can tell, pretty much pointless
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(NYPost)
 
 
 
Winemaking once was an ancient and noble tradition respected by the cultured for generations. And then modern celebrities started stamping their names all over it
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(TreeHugger)
 
 
 
Costa Rica runs its electricity grid on 100% renewable energy for 113 days in a row
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(IFL Science)
 
 
 
Conspiracy theorists: "HAARP is about about controlling the weather, chemtrails, and our minds." HAARP: "Well, why don't you come visit us and see exactly what we do here?" Conspiracy theorists: "Ummm, er, um, CHEMTRAILS"
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
The Galapagos Islands has lost one of their unique species, the Vermilion Flycatcher. It has apparently gone extinct, become a Galapaghost, if you will
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(Slate)
 
 
 
Scientific review finds Excel is responsible for errors in 20000 percent of scientific papers
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Sat August 27, 2016
(Science Daily)
 
 
 
What do Legos and Ultrasound have in common?
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(Vice)
 
 
 
Fairbanks is home to the largest battery in the world, as well as ... look, it's 13,760 individual NiCad cells, each one as big as a PC and weighing 165 pounds. Other cities might have nice batteries, but Fairbanks' is big, that's all they're saying
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(The New York Times)
 
 
 
RIP John Ellenby, godfather of the laptop
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(NASA Spaceflight)
 
 
 
First ever EM warp drive theory peer-reviewed paper to be published. For non-geeks this is kinda a big thing. It says that the damn thing works. Whatever, Number One engage
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(Fox News)
 
 
 
New survey says that hair transplants make men look younger and more attractive. Although in presidential races it's hard to argue with the power of a bad combover
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(News.com.au)
 
 
 
Just when you thought there were enough terrifying creatures in nature to freak you out, along comes another contender
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(The Stack)
 
 
 
Surgeons are using augmented reality to extract really elusive Pokemons. Okay, that's half true
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Fri August 26, 2016
(Science Alert)
 
 
 
Are you drinking too much coffee? Don't blame your job, your kids, or your spouse. It's all in your DNA
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(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
Under the "Because it affects and /or effects me" effect, Congressman orders FCC to fix an eavesdropping flaw in the phone system that impacts "half of congress". NSA unavailable for comment, but have already heard about it
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(Fusion)
 
 
 
At least 698 Americans share their names with Pokémon
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(Daily Dot)
 
 
 
Heinz unveils viral recipe for Great Canadian Ketchup Cake, which is a Canadian cake made of ketchup. And people are baking it
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(CityLab)
 
 
 
Map nerds go a little too far with their "realistic" state map of Louisiana that shows large chunks of its boot underwater as result of floods and rising sea levels. "It's cartographic hyperbole by roughly half"
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(The Conversation)
 
 
 
Japanese scientists detect rare deep-Earth tremor that isn't an earthquake, trace its location to powerful "weather bomb" storm near Greenland. I for one blame the Roji-Panty Complex
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(Popular Mechanics)
 
 
 
I can't drive 69
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(Tech Times)
 
 
 
Dark noodles in the Milky Way galaxy could be part of missing matter, FSM
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(Oddity Central)
 
 
 
Ever wonder what would happen to a dress submerged in the Dead Sea for three months? Luckily, someone was curious
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(Owensboro Messenger Inquirer)
 
 
 
Professor uses beer to teach chemistry. Tasty, inebriating chemistry
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(Mirror.co.uk)
 
 
 
Shoe-in for the dumbest 'proof' of alien life on Mars
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(Destructoid)
 
 
 
A mysterious countdown clock has appeared on the Duke Nukem site. The strange part is that it doesn't read "forever"
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(CBS News)
 
 
 
Psychologists say teachers are giving elementary school students three times the recommended levels of homework every night. Students immediately complain that it's nearly double what they should have
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(The Stack)
 
 
 
Europe looks to make Google pay for promoting news articles, or else. Better brush up on your smoke signals, Europe
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(Curbed)
 
 
 
Finally 'XXX' is back in Times Square ....in the form of racy lounge chairs
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(My Modern Metropolis)
 
 
 
Dripping ice cream cones to become a thing of the past - thanks to an awesome invention from two 14-year-olds
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(CBS San Francisco)
 
 
 
Astronaut Jeff Williams sets a record for the most days in space at 521, breaking the previous record held by Dennis Rodman
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(UPI)
 
 
 
New study shows that memory activation, exposure help alleviate arachnophobia. So does killing them with fire, but hey, each to their own
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(CTV News)
 
 
 
Magnetic bacteria used to deliver cancer drugs deep into tumours. At least researchers know how f*ckin magnets work
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(The Daily Galaxy)
 
 
 
Why yes we are special in the scheme of things and have a unique place in the universe. Don't you feel 'special'
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(Tech Times)
 
 
 
The Milky Way has a twin that is 99.99 percent dark matter. Meet Dragonfly
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(Destructoid)
 
 
 
Respawn shows other game developers how it's done ... by releasing patches for their pre-alpha game demo based on player feedback
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(Is There Any Deal)
 
 
 
More contagious than the plague, it's the Friday Fark Gaming thread. This week Crusader Kings II: The Reaper's Due launches, and Worms W.M.D. rolls out. What games have you been playing lately? NMS? MOO? Stellaris? Fallout 4? Tetris? Let us know
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(Mental Floss)
 
 
 
Fourteen justifiably forgotten Milton Bradley board games. Who wouldn't be up for a rousing game of Town Dump or Feeley Meeley?
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(Forbes)
 
 
 
PSA: Attention, drone hobbyists: your hobby's about to get more expensive
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(Metro)
 
 
 
Thirteen pains that are worse than childbirth - according to mothers and scientists. DO NOT WANT
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Thu August 25, 2016
(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Star Wars: Rogue One... starring Jar Jar Binks as Jyn Erso
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(Newser)
 
 
 
What killed the ancient bear? Veganism. Just sayin'
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(FastCo Design)
 
 
 
The Department of Defence is inviting the public to design its next-generation biohazard suit. Never has the phrase 'What could possibly go wrong?' seemed so inadequate
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(Canoe)
 
 
 
Can lightning pop unpopped popcorn? Hmm, let's find out
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(Mirror.co.uk)
 
 
 
Men with no hair are more attractive, claim bald researchers
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(CBS News)
 
 
 
American Heart Association issues first guidelines ever for sugar consumption for children, saying they should be eating less than six teaspoons worth a day. U.S. kids: Then what about after breakfast?
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(EurekAlert)
 
 
 
How do lobsters manage to eat jellyfish stingers without being hurt? "Well-wrapped feces"
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(ZDNet)
 
 
 
Apple releases iSpy 1.0 for iOS
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(Business Insider)
 
 
 
In praise of the humble USB drive in the age of the cloud: "The reason I still use them is because the high-capacity ones have become impossibly cheap. My first flash drive had 128MB and cost $40. Now 200x the storage costs less than $10 more"
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(Rolling Stone)
 
 
 
On the eve of its 25th birthday, the Super Nintendo is the reason you're still playing video games
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(The Times of India)
 
 
 
Having slimmer friends can help people lose weight. Difficulty: Finding a group of thin, beautiful people who want to hang out with a fatty
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
Aurora Lawnmowerealis
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(CBC)
 
 
 
I live in the most amazing age. Surgery on the brain. Without a scalpel, or drill. And it's 100% effective
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(From the Grapevine)
 
 
 
If a guy wants to meet a girl, he doesn't need to get a good job or fancy car. He just needs to get a dog
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(News.com.au)
 
 
 
Domo arigato, Fister Roboto
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Your iPhone 6 has iPhone cancer: "This issue is widespread enough that I feel like almost every iPhone 6/6+ has a touch of it and are like ticking bombs just waiting to act up"
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(Kotaku)
 
 
 
Photos of the Ghost in the Shell movie cast are leaked ... and what the hell is this crap?
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(NPR)
 
 
 
First!
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(Nola.com)
 
 
 
Psychologist says that 4:00 AM is the most productive and creative hour. Especially for men who have to quickly come up with an explanation as to why they're sneaking back into the bedroom at that time of the day
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(Popular Science)
 
 
 
Scientists were so preoccupied with whether they could, they didn't stop to think if they should
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(War is Boring)
 
 
 
Spiffy: US government to survey historic battlefield. NEED TO KNOW MORE INTENSIFIES: It's the remains of a World War II convoy battle
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(Live Science)
 
 
 
Why do we have such hatred for certain words? Well let's get our minds moist so we can probe the crevice of our inner selves
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(Daily Express)
 
 
 
China's new ambitious space program to include rovers on Mars that will be sneaking up on US and European rovers by 2020 to pinch them in the arse and rub them in the sprockets while hacking their data
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(The New York Times)
 
 
 
Someone made a Twitter bot that tweets out nonsense while impersonating a Congresswoman. The learning algorithm was presumably trained on Michele Bachmann
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(The Verge)
 
 
 
Today's made-for-Fark headline: "This adorable robot octopus is powered by farts"
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(The Atlantic)
 
 
 
Milwaukee's on fire, Detroit is a cesspool, Louisiana's underwater, Italy is cleaning up, we have two professional liars running for President --- but hey, let's take a moment and focus on the problems of men who want to breastfeed
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(Digital Trends)
 
 
 
Your phone tends to run slower in the summer, and it's not because of all the kids out and about sucking up wifi and being annoying and when the heck does school start again
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(Washington Post)
 
 
 
The endgame of our real life Civ game is in sight. Soon, nerve staples and mind worms for everybody We're going to need a space elevator for this
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(Stuff.co.nz)
 
 
 
Harley-Davidson launches all-new engine - the first major potato redesign since '98
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(Mashable)
 
 
 
Rio Olympics generated 187 million tweets and 1.5 billion Facebook interactions. Of which all but seven came under the headings of "Ryan Lochte" and "dumbass"
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(Twitter)
 
Video
 
Charizard & Dragonite dance better than you (Not safe for work)
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Wed August 24, 2016
(The Verge)
 
 
 
Toe Jam & Earl, the hip-hop and funk-loving alien slackers that starred in insane Sega Genesis games in the '90s, are coming back with a new game for the PC and consoles
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(Mirror.co.uk)
 
 
 
500,000 year-old needle found in cave can still be used. I'd make sure it was clean because who knows what they were shooting up back then
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Carbs, which were the food of the devil, are back in again. Rice or pasta? Why not both?
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Archaeologists discover Etruscan carving naming goddess Uni. Nothing about retired gods Roy and Al
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(War is Boring)
 
 
 
Iran unveils its next Photoshop challenge
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(RedState)
 
 
 
You think you are Liberal? Well, Facebook might disagree with you
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(Shack News)
 
 
 
No Man's Sky is quickly living up to its name
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(CIO)
 
 
 
Intel declares MXC their connector of the future for silicon photonics connections between servers. What's that sludge in the pins, Kenny?
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(Bloomberg)
 
 
 
Oh great, now how will we keep those landfills full?
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Carbon fiber rod vs. hydraulic press
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(NPR)
 
 
 
Extinct marsupial lion named for Sir David Attenborough, because Boaty McBoatface is a stupid name for a marsupial lion
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(TechEBlog)
 
 
 
Come to Japan to see cool glowing things near Hiroshima
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(YouTube)
 
 
 
176 years ago, a battery was plugged in to an electric bell. Fark: Still going. Energizer Rabbit can now hang its head in shame and commit ritual suicide & the Coppertop can get stuffed
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(Medical Xpress)
 
 
 
Too much activity in certain areas of the brain is bad for memory and hey look at that thing over there
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(Forbes)
 
 
 
They may have detected the first Earth-like planet around the Sun's nearest star. Here's all the stuff it DOESN'T mean
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(Popular Science)
 
 
 
Hey guys, you will need a new jet trainer to go with your brand new F35s and it so happens we love money
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(Magic Valley)
 
 
 
Conservative shock jock writes long-winded piece calling Neil DeGrasse Tyson a "horse's astrophysicist" and accuses the scientist of "mocking a 9-year-old." Tyson finds out and writes a rebuttal in the comments section eviscerating the man
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(Smithsonian Magazine)
 
 
 
Scientists develops new device that adds specific taste molecules to healthy foods to make them taste more like unhealthy foods (the ones we all like)
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(Popular Science)
 
 
 
Old & Busted: cereal with milk. New Hotness: cereal boxes made from milk
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(Smithsonian Magazine)
 
 
 
You know how we Americans put our hands over our hearts during the National anthem? The reason as to why is because we didn't want to look like Nazis
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(Metro)
 
 
 
Do you suffer from introvert hangovers?
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(Salon)
 
 
 
Artificial Intelligence in the age of investing: how synthetic intelligence is helping Wall Street find the next big stocks, Sarah Connor
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(Hack A Day)
 
 
 
Robot sold without critical poop sensor takes fido's accidents on a home tour
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(EarthSky)
 
 
 
Ten years ago today scientists destroyed Pluto
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(Science Daily)
 
 
 
I'm just putting this here for future reference
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Scientists decided to model their latest robot after "790" from the Canadian Sci-Fi Series, "Lexx"
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(Time)
 
 
 
Antibiotics are causing Type 1 diabetes in mice
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(News.com.au)
 
 
 
Company creates a pepper grinder that reroutes the home Wi-Fi and shuts down access to the internet at the dinner table. Good for six breakfasts or dinners - whichever comes first
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(Fox News)
 
 
 
The world's largest pyramid is in Mexico is hiding under a mountain, which, when you think about it, makes a lot of sense. It's the perfect place to hide a pyramid
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(MSN)
 
 
 
Here are five things that don't kill your brain cells despite what you have been taught, so let's drink up as we read this article
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(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
"Look, all I'm saying is that when you're handling barrels full of plutonium dissolved in nitric acid, be damn sure you buy the right brand of kitty litter"
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(The News & Observer (NC))
 
 
 
Belly buttons, why do we have them when other animals don't? Here comes the science
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Tue August 23, 2016
(USA Today)
 
 
 
Tesla now offering $20,000 Super Ludicrous mode upgrade, making it good for 0-60 in 2.5 seconds, which is on par with a high-end Ferrari. 2.5 seconds is also the exact amount of time it takes to get beamed through space with your ass on backward
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(Cult of Mac)
 
 
 
Galaxy Note 7 is packed with the latest and greatest tech. Too bad it gets smoked by the comparatively ancient iPhone 6s
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(CNN)
 
 
 
MIT scientists think they've found a way for you to masturbate ten times faster
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(New York Magazine)
 
 
 
Google is out to kill "Sign up for our newsletter" pop-ups
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(Mashable)
 
 
 
Facebook is about to make it tougher for you to pretend you're actually doing something constructive at work
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(The Paris Review)
 
 
 
Have a seat right over there. The cultural significance of chairs
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(CBC)
 
 
 
Check out the first ever WWW page on its 25th anniversary. (Stay tuned for tomorrow's 25th anniversary of the first 100 porn sites.)
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(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
In news that may leave you clutching your Pokeballs in distress, it appears that some things are just passing fads
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(The Times (UK))
 
 
 
Women are "genetically programmed" to have affairs, according to a scientist who just needs to accept that his wife just isn't attracted to him any more
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(NinePlanets.org)
 
 
 
50 years ago today the Earth saw a picture of itself for the first time from the moon
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(Metro)
 
 
 
Fat people are actually nicer than thin people. Here comes the science ... and a bacon cheeseburger
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(The Sun)
 
 
 
Alien homeworld exposed tomorrow...or just another Goldilocks Zone planet. But still...aliens is in the freaking headline. This means something
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(12News Phoenix)
 
 
 
Arizona State University is on the leading edge of condom technology. Subby would have thought it'd be USC
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(The Daily Signal)
 
 
 
There is no scientific evidence that people are born gay according to researchers at Trump University...er, make that Johns Hopkins University
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(Popular Science)
 
 
 
The foundry now deploying Super Heavy Infantry Vehicles to deal with the Chryssalid threat
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(AZ Family)
 
 
 
It's not Evel Knievel, it's Holy Spicolli, the daredevil motorcycle jumping pastor. Says his jumps are symbolic of his faith, with the ramp representing the highs and lows in life. Gas prices represent sin and the self-driving car is the devil
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(Action A Go-Go)
 
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Conclusive proof that video games and television cause people to act violently. JUST KIDDING. That's a bs argument based on manipulated social theories. Now that it's settled lets play Mortal Kombat while set to "maximum gore splatter"
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(Stuff.co.nz)
 
 
 
Cricket tortillas, anyone?
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(Scientific American)
 
 
 
T. Rex skull found in Montana, which is weird because Marc Bolan was buried in England
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(Spaceflight Now)
 
 
 
NASA tried turning it off and turning it on again ... and two years later, STEREO-B finally turned back on
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(Science Alert)
 
 
 
Mark your calendars, researchers find there are two months when couples are most likely to get divorced
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Mon August 22, 2016
(The Register)
 
 
 
And the Guinness World Record for the largest Blue Screen of Death goes to...
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Article on how to make your own gravitational waves. Sadly it does not involve farting in the bathtub at all
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(Medical Xpress)
 
 
 
New study shows effects of LSD on language and speech and the smell of colors why there's a rainbow world of love and peace in the eye of every every baby ever born, man
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(Live Science)
 
 
 
Scientists: "So...the cancer cure is in the works. In the meantime, we present you LASERS MADE FROM JELLYFISH"
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(Space.com)
 
 
 
The recently discovered star that potentially has an "alien megastructure" surrounding it contains more secrets. Please let it be signals from a distant lizard people controlling Trump
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(Jalopnik)
 
 
 
Honda patents triple clutch transmission that goes to 11. Can only be ordered with Option Package R84z, featuring None More Black paint, tinfoil covered cucumber, and mini Stonehenge air freshener
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(Wired)
 
 
 
Airplane tires don't explode on landing because they are pumped, man
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(WITF.org)
 
 
 
Franklin County, Kentucky updates public on why plans for digitizing its property records are frozen. Two words: Microsoft Silverlight. Three more words: dot-matrix printer. Nine more: "which is expected by the end of the year"
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Android's latest operating system is here. No word on whether they fixed the "when you switch to Android 90% of your iPhone using friends will have trouble contacting you for at least a couple months" bug
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(Telegraph)
 
 
 
Great Moment in Life Sciences #812: Physicist discovers why he keeps spilling his coffee - an inefficient design of the mug combined with an inappropriate method of gripping it
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Barbra Streisand complains to Apple that Siri is mispronouncing her name, so now everyone is aware of it. If only there were some sort of name for this effect
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(The Stack)
 
 
 
Mold holds the answer to recycling rechargeable batteries
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(Smithsonian Magazine)
 
 
 
What really happens when molten gold is poured down your throat? Here comes the science: "Immediately, large amounts of steam appeared at both ends of the specimen, and the clot of tissue paper was expelled with force by the steam"
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(The Register)
 
 
 
At this point, naming anything "Clinton" will put you in the crosshairs of Russian hackers working for Trump-Putin
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(Rocketnews 24)
 
 
 
Survey of Japanese young male office workers reveals their least favorite women's cosplay styles. Tracksuit gym uniforms aren't at the bottom, but they're close; the problem with military wear is "There's no exposure"
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(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
More than 50% of Olympians had dental problems. Which is understandable after wearing a pair of Speedos all day and not wanting to even think about subjecting another body part to being flossed
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(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
Linux turns 25 years old, poised to take over the desktop any day now
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(Twisted Sifter)
 
 
 
Packaging designs so awesome and helpful you'll probably never see them in the US
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(BBC)
 
 
 
Your colleagues might enjoy this article on how to be mediocre and happy
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(CTV News)
 
 
 
They are almost done sciencing the shiat out of Mauna Loa
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(TechEBlog)
 
 
 
Like rule 34, Kode 57 will now be used as a slang term for "car porn". The hat has spoken
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
European officials double their efforts to get a much delayed space laser fully armed and operational
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(Guardian)
 
 
 
"Every US president since John F Kennedy has been equipped with a nuclear biscuit and a nuclear football. It's what the US president does with them that decides whether the rest of us should plan for tea or armageddon"
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(PC Gamer)
 
 
 
"Shut-up-and-take-my-money Citizen" shows off their seamless space-to-planet transition in an effort to put No Man's Sky to shame
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(Slate)
 
 
 
People who parrot their child's baby talk back at them are doing a disservice to linguistic development
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(Christian Science Monitor)
 
 
 
I predict that America will be plunged into universal darkness, with wailing and gnashing of teeth in 2017. Or, as the fact-based community will call it, the Great American Eclipse will be visible across the entire USA, the first big show since 1979
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(Geek.com)
 
 
 
Realizing no one is falling for the chemtrail ruse any longer, Air Force plans to go full plasma bomb
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Your grandmother has more in common with squid than you think
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